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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 20 March 1903

OPPOSED TO A NEW PARK The Grounds,-. and Buildlngs Commlttee to Flght. THAT TRIANGULAR PLACE it Was the Bone of Contentlon at the Meetlng Last Nlght?Wlll Be a Big g Flght In the Obuncll Over theJMatter. ''" As a result of the, fallure ot the Fl nunco Commlttoe to preparo ln tho budget for thls year a sum' sufllolont to erebt housos of publlc comfort at Roservqlr and Chlmborazo Parks, tho Commlttoe on Grounds and Buildlngs, at a meetlng yes? terday afternoon, declded to flght wlth nll of thelr power tlho approprlatlon sot tlng asldo $7,600 wlth which to acqulro a trlangular lot at Hanover and Lombardy Streets, whloh Is to be used for, .park purposes and would como under thelr dl rcctlon. ? Tho body was unanlmous ln thls opinlon, and nearly every one of them sald that had thoy reallzcd that lt was proposed to expond so large a sum for another park slto and tgnoro the Improvement of ;the present places, they would have fought tlho budget to u hot flnlsh. . - RESOLUTION ADOPTED, While t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 20 March 1903

FEARS OF A CORNER Trading on Stock Exchango irregular in Early Hours. . r SETTLED DOWN LATER ON There Was General Improvement Up to Last Hour, When Realizlng Forced Prlces to Lower Level?Under tono Falrly Steady. (M AsFOclnted PronH.) NEW YORK. March 19.-Uncommon ln? terest attached to to-day's stock market movcmentK by renson of tho prevlous day's ndVnnco ln Southern Paclflc Thero wero fears of a "corner" or somo other awkward devclopment, and tradlng In tho ilrst hour wns Irregular and vory cautlous, Southern Pnclllo shnros 'lnoti'atn!n1'T,l|1-l1y nt tho outsot. selling up to bSVi, t>o 'iIMi cst polnt recortlcd in somo months, atici nlinost ns suddonly snld down.^tov-CG. Later, whon it. boclimo inparpnt.,.that thbre wns no occnslon for alarm, tne nst Bteadlod nll' orotuld and |?h???'^ improvement up to tho last hour, when realizlng forced pr cos ln tho more.^1? IssUbs down to a'llow lovel. Cov'orlng by the short lnterest was on ^oxtDnsno scale, especlnlly In Southorn Pacl lo an...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 20 March 1903

ONE CENT I WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, Ci&hlnAdvinoi THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. TMT BRINQ OREITEST RESULTS. MINiMUM CHARGE 26 Cents, CaihlnAdranoi ONE OENT A WORD, HELP WArTTEO-FEMALE. ? ',, . rWANTED, A' NURSE AT 117 W, MAIN ? Htrect._ i ^WANTED, AN EXPKR1KNCED OHAM BERMAID at No, 017 W. Franklln St. J3XPERIENCED HELP WANTED TO work on pants; female, J. BROWN, 612 EuHt Marshall Streot,_? . ' rWANTBD, A COOK, WHO 18 CAPABLE to take chargo of the kitchon and who knows how lo cook well; 110 wlll oo pa d .to such personl clther'whlto or blaoki ^ Apply to 119 North Eighth Streot. , Vantkd, ladies ,to make neck wear from samplc; experlenco not neeossary; steady work, good pajvHena self-addressed stamped envelopo, IDEAL MFO. COMPANY, W West 13_d Street. New York._? .--. ._ " gITUATlONS WANTED?FEMALE. . IWANTED, A POSITION AS COMPAN; lon or nurse to an fnvalld lady or chlld, or convalescont Httendanti havo had ox porlcncc ln nurslng, Address O. r. J., Carrler D, Petorsbu...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 20 March 1903

Miller ?g-jUioad?. | Miller & Rhoad?. New Draperies To-day Underpriced. Just in this weck. Short ?ikIh auc? Remnant? that vo hotighttoil aavs ago in New York nndor tho regular prices for full pieces. 30c French Salteen, 15c Yara. One to six yards in each piece?.10 Inches wide?rich floral designs and faBt colors?suitable for draperies or covering down comforts. , 25c and 35c Figured Ari Ticking, 25c Yard, Thirty-six Inches wide?all colors pretty material for making all kinds of fancy bags or draperies. 121-2C and 15c Stlkoline Drapery ? 8c Yard. One and a half to plx yards in each pleco and, all now designs this sea? son?36 Inches wldo. 15c Denim, 10c Yard. Toti pieces ot It, prettily ilgtired-?30 Inches Wldo. You can uso It far cov? ering furniture or It maltes pretty, summer portieres. Basement Specials To-Day. Be Umpire Cotton, 6 l-4c. Eighteen hundred yards to start with to-day?all short pieces?0 to 20 yards long?though you can buy any nmount you wish if Its only half a yard....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

THE TIMES. FOtmDRD m. | WHOLE NUMBER* 16,195. K l.tSPATCH. FOUNDLD IM. 1 _____.? UICHMOND, VA., SATtntDAY, MAKCH 21, lOCW PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS; THE WEATHER. WAHttlNOTON, March '-O.-Forecnnt! VlrelnliL-nulii, followed by raln and coldor Saturday; Butidny falr; fresh West to north wdst wlnds, North Cnrollnn-Raln nnd not so warm Saturday; Sunday falr; IroBh .-West wlnds. Yostordny waa a vVarm, sprlng-Hko day, and up to mldnlght last nlght tho mcr cury hnd glvon no lndlcutlons oP lho full. prophoBlcd hy tho wctttlicr people. ?'BTATE- OV THE THERMOMETICR. I) A. M.<L!3 ^V-::::::::::::::::::::":::::::::::::::g 0 P. M. ,'.L' I) F. M. S 12 mldnlght..*? __ Avorngc. c*1 i*"3 IligheRt tompcraturo yesterday.7|j Lowoat lomperuluro yostorrtay. ;. Mcon tenipcnituro yeaterday.. M Normal trunpernlure for Maroh... \) Departurf. from normal temneratlire.. 11 Preclpltatlon during past 21 hours.... oo MlNIATUru"ALifANAC. March 21, 1903, Hunrlses.Cd4 I IIIGH T1DB. ytiiin hcIb.0:21 Mor...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

?.7.000. "found to be due n_t of January 1, Under the langusge.of th* statulo thc . controller dccidod thnt South Carollna mu.t not only be pald the .17,000, but Ih ' terest on tho amount from Jn.nuary, im. U Wlll not be many yeacs boforo vir gtnla wlll collect a slmllar clalm from Uio oovernment. A.M1.-TNO Bl.L.n'lE. I It Will amuso Vlrglnla Democrat- 10 know that Republlcatw express tho opin I Jon that tho State wlll probably east ? its electoral vote for Roosevelt next >c. Congressman Slemp oxpres. ed that opln Jon In nn intervlew last wook, nnd now Mr. B. A. Davls, of Prnnklln oounty, a Re? publican, who Is here seoklng n posl? tion In tho Department of Cojiimorco. ?av~ lie thinks it very l.koly that tho Ite publlcn's will curry the State in tho Presidentlal election in tho fall of-Wl. Mr Dnvls says ho thinks tho dls.ran ohisomont wlll provo a boomernng to tu ?Domoernf.. Tl will he recallod llmt lo - .ind Colonel Summors nnd Mr. Podlgo, nml tho other Republican membors of ho ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

MORE BREAKS IN LEVEES Most Serlous Yet Occurred on Rlver Above Memphls. SITUATION GROWS WORSE New Maxlmum Recorded In Momphls. Refugees Crowdlng Into the Clty Faster Than Thoy Oan Be Cared For (rty Ainiocltitcd I'rcsii.) MEMPHIS, T1SNN., cMarch 20,-Tho foellng of hope that was produced yes? terday and last nlght by the Mlsslssippl Rlvor comlng to a stand at thls point, with 40.1 feot on tho gaugo, was dls pelled to-day by tho occurrcnco of two addltional breaks In lho St, Francls levoes north of tho flrst crevasse at Trlco'a Landlng, Ark., nnd tho grave roports that aro bolng received from Mlsslssippl as woll as by a rise of-one tenth horo. ' To-day tho St, Francls leveo gnve way at Random, Shot and Shawneo Vlllngo, Ark., tho llrst about , forty-ono mllos ,from Memphls nnd tho second about thlrty-llvo mlle.', Both crovassos aro rc portcd to bo serlous, tho one at Shawneo belng tho worst of the threo. The situa? tlon, thoreforo, ln Arkansas is'' much compllcnted nnd made more grave t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

The Times-Dispatch rubll.hed Dally nnd Weekly at No. 4 North Tertth 8treet, RIohmondY V*. Entered JahUa.y 27, 1903, at Rlch rnond, Va? as Second-Class Matter, under Aet of Con? gress of Maroh -', 1879. The DA'ILY TIMES-DISPATCH ls sold Ut 2 cents a copy. ^_ . The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH ls ?old at 6 cents a copyi DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll 60 cents a month, $5.00 a year, $2.-0 for six months, $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln cludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per WThe SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per week. ?__.-_, The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1AU yUns'lgned Communlcatlons. wlll be rCFtejtcct'ed Communlcatlons wlll not be returned unless accompanledby stamps. Uptown Olflce at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Broad Street. SATUBDAY, MARCH 21. 1903. THE EDUCATIONCONFERENCE Jn referrlng tlio other day to harsli crltlclsm by somo Vlrglnla newspapers of the Southorn Conferenco for Educa? tlon, wo sald that wo coul...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHAR8E 26 Cents, OiihliiAdiinei THESE ARE THE WJNDEf? WORKING WANT ADS. TNAT BRINQ ORUTEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARQE 25 Cents, CflshlnAdwnot ONE CENT A WORO. HELP WAWTED-FEMALE. ? ft. IWANTED, A NURSB AT 117 W. MAIN Btreet. '_ (WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND do gonoral houso work. Apply, with reT ercncca, between 10 A. M. and 12 M,, G03 N. Tenth Streot,_ ftvANTED, A COOK, WHO 19 CAPABLE to tnlto chargo of the kltcimn and who knows how tn cook woll; ?10 wlll bo pa d to such pnrson; elther whlto or bluck, Apply to 119 Nofth Elgllth Streot, .WaNTKD, LADIES, ALSO MEN, TO copy letters ftt home und return to usi good pay: strletly gonuino, Addross EXCELBi6r MANUFACTURING Cft, B, Cleveland, O. iWANTED, LADIES TO MAKE- NECK wear from sample; cxperlonco not necessary; steady work, good pay. Bend solf-addressod stampod onvelopo. 1DEAL MFO, COMPANY, G08 West 133d Btreet, New York. _____________ 8ITUATION8 WANTED?FEMALE. .ANT13D, A POSITION AS COMPAN lon or nurso to an Inval...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

liveNews and Fresh Gossip From the Cities and Towns of Virginia. ALEXANDRIA CENTENNIAL Flrst Baptlst Church to Cele brate Its Anniversary. WELL-KNOWN SPEAKERS A Week of Servlces Wlll Be Held, Dur? ing Whlch Time Several Notable Baptist Mlnlsters Will Be Heard in Alexandrla. (Speclal to Tho Tlme.-DI-P-tch.) A__EX__NDRIA, VA., Maroh ZO.-Ar , rangemonts havo beon mado by the con gregatlon of the Flrst Baptlst Church to celebrate the one hundredth nnnlvorsary ot Ita orgaalaatlon wlth a week of np proprlate servlces, commencing Sunday. ?AprU 19th. Many distingulshed clcrgy men of thls denomlnatlon wlll be presont, . lneludlng all of the former pastors of tho church now llvlng. The flrst sermon Sun? day mornlng, Aprll 19th, wlll be dollvered by Rev. Dr. R. J. TVHllngham, secretary ot the Forelgn Misslon Board of tho Boirthern Baptlst Convention. Tho fol? lowlng Monday evenlng the addross wiu be delivered by Rov. W. E. Hatcher, D. D., lili. D.. of Richmond. Wodnosday ?vening the centennial...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

IS PROMPT Places Troops at the Dlsposal of Sherlff of Rocklngham. SPECIAL TERM ORDERED Every Eftbrt Made to Insure tho Protec? tion and Legal Trial of th? Negro Accused ofa Double Crlme in Rocklngham County. (Speclnl to Tha Tltncn-rJlnpntch.) rtALEIGH, N. C, March 20.-Governor Aycock rooelvod a tologram thls morn? lng Crom tho HliarJff of Rocklngham county asklng that tho Rcldsvlllo mill? tary company bo ordered, subjeot lo lils cornmand, to enable hlm to protoct u. prlsonor In Immlnent dnngor of lynch Ing; that a.burglarly and murder hnd boen commltted lato lost nlght/' noar Rolds? vllie, und a vonOrabla and hlghly es i tecmed man had beon kllled ond hls nicco shot threo tlmos by tho biirglar. ??Tho telcgram did not glvo tho names of any partfes to tlio terriblo affair. Tho Governor promptly ordered tho Rolds? vllie Rlfles subject to tho sherlff's coiiv mand," wlth Jnstnicllone to protect tho ' prisoner at all hazards, nnd gavo notlco that'a spoclal term of court wlll be or-' dercd...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

CORDES, ~TWJTvERY SPECIAL,. ...VALUES IH... Laclios' Exfcnv Fine Gange Lisle Hose, Hennsdorf dye> double lieels, solos aud toes, .aetiutUy worth 50c? Speolal 35c, or 3 palr for Sl. Ladies1 Fast Black Era broiclered Lace Lisle Hose, entirely new designs? Special, 50c. Cordes, Mosby SCo. DEFENSE ENDS ITS ARGUMENT Famous Northern Securities Case Will Ooto Court for Decision To-Day. "(By A_so-I~t-d Pre...) BT. IiOUIS, MO.. Maroh 20.-Arguments to defenso of the Northern Securltlea .Company, on trial hero boforo tho United Btates Circuit Court for tho Distrlct of Mlnnesota, closed to-day, and the caso Kill be placed flnally in the handB of the four' judges to-morrow. During the threa days of argument tho attorneys for tho defendant havo oecupled nine hours, and up to adjournment to-nlght the govern? ment has takon flve hours fo. presenta tlon of arguments. , C. W. Bunn, of St. Paul, counsel for the Northern Paclllc Rallway Company. opened to-day's session, and former At torney-General ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

PRICES IMPROVED General Situation of Stock Market Much Better. TIME MOflEY MUCH EASIERI Bulk of the Day's Business Was Done During Mornlng Session, Though Actlvity Was Resumed In the Closing Hour. uX (Ry _j.oclnt._ Prcti.) NEW YORK, Maroh 20.?Oeneral Im provoment waa shown by the atock mar? ket to-day. The absence of selling pres euro at tha openlng caused tho profes? sional olement to cover ln a number of tha aotlvo Issuob wlth tho result that numerous materlal gaJns were reglstor e_. Southqui' Paclflo waa one of tho few excoptfons,'" showlng moro or le?B weakness throughout the day. The bulk of the day'n buslnoss was done during the mornlng bcssIoii, though In thu last hour tho market resumed Its early ac? tlvity and cloelng prlcea wore In many "nsUncns tho best of tho day. The bet? ter feellng was moro pronounced ln the afternoon because of tho groater easo lu the tlme money rate, some loans belng mado at 6 por cent. It was the goneral oplnlon that, br.rrlng un.ownrd eventa, tho ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 March 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. 50c BELTS FOR 25c. Six dozen' only of Velvet, Peaii ?> Soie aiu? .Mela Tailor-Made Belts, with front, bnck and sido piceos. ?>very belt Is a M>. value, but the small number we offer camo to Us at about half prlco, and that's the reason for tho ^.ic. mark. ^_ Corsets Especially Suitable For Shirt-Waists. Correctness of fit is'particulnrly necessary even in a low-priced garment when worn nuclei* a thin Waist. One of the best at GOc is made of a good quality of tape, straight front, medium length, boned with Steel and trimmed with lace. / Two stylos of C. B. at 7G?<?. Both mado of a lino quality of batiste? one has a low bust and short hip? tho other has a medium bust and long hip. Trimmed with Va!. Lace and ribbon, A" Thomson Glove-Fitting for ?1.00 is made of batiste. Princess hip. medium bust, trimmed with beading and ribbon. There's a small hook in front for the skirts. 25c Paper-Bound Books For 10c Each, Hundreds of them hero and among...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

THREE SECTIONS. Bi^prttrl) FORTY PAGES. TMB T1MBB, FOUNDBD 1JSB. I WHOLE NtlMSER. 16.196* THB DISPATCH. POUNDED 1850. illCHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAttCH 22, 1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FICHT ON THE LIQUOR QUESTION i . .. Great Struggle Now Go ing on in Vlrglnla. ?>.%*, SEVERALMEASURES HAVE BEEN OFFERED Mann Blll Seems to be of Grea'test Interest. PETITIONS POUR IN FROM ALL OVER STATE Adverse Report of Commiltee Will Not Kcep Down Big Fight on Floor of Senato and House- Anti-saloon League and Llquor Peoplo Actlve?General Dis :?. pensaries. Ono of tho llvcst Issuca bofore tho Leglslaturo at its preaont aesalon Is tho llquor questlou. whlch liua beon brought up through thc Inlroductlbh of _ three Important measures looking to ita lolutlon. They aro brlefly thegc: Tho Mnnn Sen ito blll rcqulring tho appllcant for II censo In tho rural dlstrlcts to accuro the tlgnatures of a rnajorlty of tho rc-glfetor td voters In tho maJMertal dlstrlct where tho lieense ls soughl to be ob talncd; tho Clayto...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

6, mr.jo.lly of the. mlne worker.i 0 ??*? fllMllct, ono of sald Board, of CoJIolltattofl ?p'hall bO nppolntrd W <*ach 0 Bnld W fffltilmtlons. nnd llircu othor 1*1 *?-!"? shall be appolnted by ^Blf*?'ffl*-*'E oper.,lnrs ln o/.ch of Ihe snld dla IHeUi " polntliiR one .Person. Tho Board *M Conclllallon thus consHlut.-d ????"?? ttp nnd consldorcr su.h quosttotifi raf-TKd to lt ns nforosald. hoaring bol pitrties lo tho controvorsy nnd ailo-H BVJdonco.oa may bo lald boforo II by ollicr !***.*-??{ nny nwnrd mado by u .iirvlorlty or s?cM Board of Concllhitlnn shnll bo Dial nnfl blrtdlng on nll parlloa. ??,1i,in If, however, tho sald bnnid ls ?!?''? to dcclde ntiy quosllou B.bmlttOfl. 0 jfi polnt rclated iheroto, thnt questlon or rolnt shall bo referred to nn umplro. to bo atppolnted nt tho roquest of snld board hv one of tho clrcult judgea of tho ?jlM .ludlclal Clrcult of Iho Un led Sta o . whoso declslon shntl bo llnal ahd blnd lng ln tho premlaea, The momborshln it snld board shall nt ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

ThoRoliablo Storo. Evory arliclo aa ronro Hotitorl. svaka-* Tlio Bost Storo Bocatiso i t 'savos you monoy. Our proeressivovmethodsjiave won forus a most enviablo repntatjon. as a wide awake, up-to-dato store, Wo aro raaking now fneiids oyoty day, because wo aro accomrnodating and our prices aro lower than elsewhero. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. Hore Designs, Largest Stock, Prettiest Effects, and Lowest Prices. GoCarts from $3.75 to $30.00. Come and seo them. We eave , you money. Mattings. Because wo imported our own inattings, wo aro ablo to give youl Better Goods For Less Money Than Other Stores. Honarch Refrigerator. Fire King Oas Ranges. Wickless Oil Stoves. 1900 Washing Machines Iron Beds, China Closets, Chiffoniers, National FeltMattresses, Victorine Springs m and Broad Sts. ROTHERT & CO. 4th and Broad StSj_ RELIABLE CREDIT QIVERS._ FARM LABOR ISSCARCE Annual Sprlng Exodus of Ne . groes Has Begun in Klng George County. (Speclal to The Tlmfi-DI-p-tch.) IIEATHSVIl-LE, VA., Ma...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

Tlie Timcs-Dispntch Publl&hed DAlly and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street; Richmond, Va. Entersd J?ntinry 27, 1903, nt Rlch< mond, Va., ns Sccond.-Class Matter, under Act of Con oress Of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH ls *old Bt 2 cents n copy. ._?,. ,. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH l? sold at B centts a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall 60 cents n month, $5.00 n year, S2.50 for glx months, $1,50 for threo months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ln? cludlng Sunday, by Carrler, 15 cents per weok. , The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrler, 5 cents per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, All Unslrjned Communlcatlons wlll be rcjccted. ..,_. ,,? Rejected Communlcatlons wlll not be returned unless accompnnled by stnmps. Uptown Offifcc nt T. A. MILLER'S, No, 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, SrATtCir. 22, 1MS A LESSON FROfl NORTH CAR? OLINA. On Thursday nlght a negro ot sixtecn years of age. ontercd tlie houae of nn old cltizen of Rocklngham cou...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

For thc Woman who Wartts to Know. For the Son nnd Daughter who Need to Know, For thc Buslness riaii Too Busy to Know. What Was Done Last Week In This World of Ours Hlstory-maklng Events In All Llnes ol Actlvlty* Brlef, Classlfled, Complete, to Date. A Ready Referenee Encyclopedlo. jimerican Jtffairs. OltAFTlNO THE "IOWA IDEA. In tho Republlcan County Convcntlon at Dcs Molnes, March 14th, Oovornor U.m mlns, of Iowa nnnounced hls Intontlon to do all ho could to Introduco in tlio natlonal platform tho "Iowa Idea" of Ur 1ft revlsion and reclproclty. l<ollowlng, ns lt dld. closo upon hls vlsit to Washlng 'ton, Whore ho was sutnmoned hy Presl? dent Roosovolt, thls doclaratlon ls thought to bo tho Govoriior's tormal launchltig oi the campalgn of IfiOl. ' CHlCAflO RENOMINATES HARRISON. Tho Domocratio Clty Convcntlon, Mon? day nomlnatod Mayor Cartor 11. Harrl eon for hls fourth term. ? . DlflAPPROVEB LEE STATUE. Tho blll provldlng for tho plnclng of a statuo of Gonoral Robert E. Leo ln -S...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 22 March 1903

. A very bright llttlo book, edited by Katherine Newbolii Blrdsall, published by Dotiblcdoy 1'ago and Company, of New York, nnd for sale In Richmond by the Pell Rook nnd Stationery Company, of? fers eighty practical suggestions to wo? men on tho all Important ? subject of "How to Maleo Money." Tho Introduc? tion of a few paragraphs Crom tho book will give tho best Idea of what all wo? men will be Inclined t/n rend with pleas? ure. Tho first paragraph Is headed thus: "In every rank, great and small, *Tls Industry supports us all." The extract Itself says: "I know a girl who has talten up tho subject of palmis? try as a profession. It. was a fad with S? her at first, as with a number of hor ^ischool friends. But she never seemed to tire of tho subject, and It became her I hobby. Sho gladly gave her services far the pleasuro It afforded her friends and her friends' frlonds. Soon there woro re? quests for her services at houso enter? tainments of all kinds. Peoplo wore glad to pay, and ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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